Obala kneza Domagoja 8, 21000, Split, Croatia
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Thanks to its geographic position, hinterland and large number of inhabited islands in the coastal area, Port of Split has always been oriented to passenger and cargo traffic. In the passenger traffic, Port of Split is now ranked as the first in Croatia, and in cargo traffic it takes third place, after Rijeka and Ploče. Convenient position of the Port of Split in the Adriatic Sea, which is semi-enclosed sea extending in the very heart of Europe, has led to the development of traffic infrastructure towards Split. Since its establishment The Port of Split Authority is continuously investing in port infrastructure, with the goal of providing excellent conditions and services in passenger traffic, as well as increasing the competitiveness of cargo ports and goods traffic. The natural position and size of the port of Split, have enabled its rapid development and it has become a port of special – international, economic interest for Croatia. Also, thanks to its strategic position in the Mediterranean (between Venice and the port of the Aegean Sea) port of Split is one of the most important port of call of cruise ships in the Adriatic, and its long history and many attractions attract thousands of tourists. Split, the second-largest town in Croatia is important cultural, tourist, industrial, commercial, administrative and particularly sports centre of Dalmatia. The Port of Split, situated at exceptional geographic position in the Mediterranean, with extraordinary maritime characteristics for reception of vessels, has earned the rank of one of the most important centres for local and international maritime traffic. Due to its distinctive historical heritage and 1700 years of tradition, the port and City of Split have developed in unavoidable destinations for the cruise vessels sailing in the Mediterranean. Choose from our available boats (use the detailed search engine) and make a reservation.